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This is our first blog from Jamie McIlwain, a Landscape Designer who leads a team of Gardeners and Landscapers in the Adelaide Hills. Jamie is also a member of the OGSA Committee.

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Trevor Nottle has reviewed Avondale prior to its second opening from Sat 30th Sept until Mon 2nd Oct. Please go to "Current Season" above to view garden details and take the chance to visit this lovely garden at Rhynie.

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From Trevor Nottle

Just because our garden wisdom tell us gardens in winter are asleep or resting doesn’t mean that we should accept that idea as set in cement.

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Winter is such an easy time of year in which to enjoy plants and flowers. Despite the doom and gloom written about at length by traditionally

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Moving from a big garden to the pocket-handkerchief sized plots attached to retirement villas and home-units calls for a re-think about what flowering plants can be included in the garden.

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Winter has the reputation of being a pretty dull month flower-wise in gardens but it need not be if careful consideration is given to choosing early spring bulbs of the smaller kinds that can easily find a home in a collection of pots. Potted as early as possible – so order early is the guiding rule – most small bulbs will flower earlier in pots than if grown in the ground. Good candidates for such treatment are the dwarf and miniature narcissus (daffodils), scillas, species tulips, crocus,

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